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RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

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RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

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Gays Against Guns NY is an inclusive direct action group of LGBTQ people and their allies committed to nonviolently breaking the gun industry's chain of death—investors, manufacturers, the NRA and politicians who block safer gun laws. We are New York-based but work with GAG chapters in other cities to ensure safety for all individuals, particularly vulnerable communities such as people of color, women, people who struggle with mental health issues, LGBTQ people and religious minorities. GAG condemns white supremacy, all instances of excessive force by police, and police militarization. We meet every other Thursday at 7 pm at NYC's LGBT Center (208 W. 13th St). All who want to fight for better gun laws are welcome. This radio show airs live on WBAI 99.5 FM on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. EST.

Latest Episodes

Parkland: 2 Years Later

WBAI’s Linda Perry introduces this special episode, which includes perspectives on school lockdown drills and the latest in gun violence prevention news. In memoriam: Parkland shooting survivor Sydney Aiello, age 19. With hosts Sarah Germain Lily and Sean Stefanic, and music by Sing Out Louise.

45 MIN1 w ago
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Parkland: 2 Years Later

Hollywood Must Act 02.11.2020

From 2016-2020, the seven studios with films nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars collectively contributed $4.2 million to candidates who also received money from the NRA. We're partnering with Guns Down America to urge the studios to stop donating to NRA-backed candidates, lobby Congress on gun reform, and support survivors and gun violence intervention programs. In memoriam: Samuel Reynolds, age 16, who was killed in Arlington, TX. With host Ti Cersley, GAGer Ken Kidd, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MIN2 w ago
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Hollywood Must Act 02.11.2020

Moments That Survive Pt 2 02.04.2020

We continue to honor gun violence survivors, including Antonius Wiriadjaja who shares his story. In memoriam: April Ireland and her three children Jason, Bryson, and Caroline, who were killed in a murder-suicide by husband/father Michael Ireland in Vanceboro, North Carolina. With hosts Brendan Wright and Mary Ellen Novak, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MIN2 w ago
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Moments That Survive Pt 2 02.04.2020

Save Our Streets: Stop Shooting, Start Living 01.28.2020

We talked with Dequann Stanley and two teen members of Save Our Streets (S.O.S.) about how they use the innovative Cure Violence approach to make Brooklyn safer. In memoriam: Lavon "Boo" Walker, age 30, a S.O.S. founder who was killed in Miami in 2016. We also report on the latest gun violence prevention news. With hosts Virginia Vitzthum and Loretta Chan, and music by Sing Out Louise.

26 MINJAN 29
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Save Our Streets: Stop Shooting, Start Living 01.28.2020

Moments That Survive 01.21.2020

Gun Violence Survivors Week is coming up in February -- Julvonnia McDowell of Everytown for Gun Safety talks about how to get involved . In memoriam:AlyssaAlhadeff, age 14, who was killed at Marjory Stoneman High School in 2018.With hosts Mary Ellen Novak and Cathy Merino Thomas, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MINJAN 22
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Moments That Survive 01.21.2020

Lets Go: The Women's March 2020

We talk to Kim Parker Russell from Women's March about the significance of the march and how it's a catalyst for the work that happens all year. In memoriam: Dustin Parker, age 25, a trans man killed in McAlester, OK. With hosts Cathy Merino Thomas and Paul Rowley, and music by Sing Out Louise.

25 MINJAN 15
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Lets Go: The Women's March 2020

Gun Control Is a Women's Issue 01.07.2019

How will stronger gun laws protect the lives of women, especially those who are shot by domestic abusers? We talk about the Violence Against Women Act and Elizabeth Warren’s gun control plan. In memoriam: Christina Franklin, age 27, who was killed in front of her children at a daycare center in Las Vegas in 2016. With hosts Virginia Vitzthum and Paul Rowley, and music by Sing Out Louise.

26 MINJAN 8
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Gun Control Is a Women's Issue 01.07.2019

Ring Out Gun Violence 12.31.2019

So many victories! We report on the progress we made in 2019 and the latest gun violence prevention news. In Memoriam: Victoria Leigh Soto, age 27, a teacher killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. With hostSarah Germain Lily, GAGer Brendan Wright, and music by Sing Out Louise.

29 MINJAN 2
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Ring Out Gun Violence 12.31.2019

Best of 2019 12.24.2019

We look back at our favorite activist moments of this year. With host Ti Cersley and music by Sing Out Louise.

26 MINJAN 2
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Best of 2019 12.24.2019

Week of GAGing 12.10.2019

We report on a busy week of gun violence prevention activism, including our visit to Mitch McConnell and the impeachment hearings in D.C. In Memoriam: Vincent Kapoi Jr.,age 30, killed in Pearl Harbor.With hosts Cathy Merino Thomas and Brendan Wright, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Week of GAGing 12.10.2019

Latest Episodes

Parkland: 2 Years Later

WBAI’s Linda Perry introduces this special episode, which includes perspectives on school lockdown drills and the latest in gun violence prevention news. In memoriam: Parkland shooting survivor Sydney Aiello, age 19. With hosts Sarah Germain Lily and Sean Stefanic, and music by Sing Out Louise.

45 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Parkland: 2 Years Later

Hollywood Must Act 02.11.2020

From 2016-2020, the seven studios with films nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars collectively contributed $4.2 million to candidates who also received money from the NRA. We're partnering with Guns Down America to urge the studios to stop donating to NRA-backed candidates, lobby Congress on gun reform, and support survivors and gun violence intervention programs. In memoriam: Samuel Reynolds, age 16, who was killed in Arlington, TX. With host Ti Cersley, GAGer Ken Kidd, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Hollywood Must Act 02.11.2020

Moments That Survive Pt 2 02.04.2020

We continue to honor gun violence survivors, including Antonius Wiriadjaja who shares his story. In memoriam: April Ireland and her three children Jason, Bryson, and Caroline, who were killed in a murder-suicide by husband/father Michael Ireland in Vanceboro, North Carolina. With hosts Brendan Wright and Mary Ellen Novak, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Moments That Survive Pt 2 02.04.2020

Save Our Streets: Stop Shooting, Start Living 01.28.2020

We talked with Dequann Stanley and two teen members of Save Our Streets (S.O.S.) about how they use the innovative Cure Violence approach to make Brooklyn safer. In memoriam: Lavon "Boo" Walker, age 30, a S.O.S. founder who was killed in Miami in 2016. We also report on the latest gun violence prevention news. With hosts Virginia Vitzthum and Loretta Chan, and music by Sing Out Louise.

26 MINJAN 29
Comments
Save Our Streets: Stop Shooting, Start Living 01.28.2020

Moments That Survive 01.21.2020

Gun Violence Survivors Week is coming up in February -- Julvonnia McDowell of Everytown for Gun Safety talks about how to get involved . In memoriam:AlyssaAlhadeff, age 14, who was killed at Marjory Stoneman High School in 2018.With hosts Mary Ellen Novak and Cathy Merino Thomas, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MINJAN 22
Comments
Moments That Survive 01.21.2020

Lets Go: The Women's March 2020

We talk to Kim Parker Russell from Women's March about the significance of the march and how it's a catalyst for the work that happens all year. In memoriam: Dustin Parker, age 25, a trans man killed in McAlester, OK. With hosts Cathy Merino Thomas and Paul Rowley, and music by Sing Out Louise.

25 MINJAN 15
Comments
Lets Go: The Women's March 2020

Gun Control Is a Women's Issue 01.07.2019

How will stronger gun laws protect the lives of women, especially those who are shot by domestic abusers? We talk about the Violence Against Women Act and Elizabeth Warren’s gun control plan. In memoriam: Christina Franklin, age 27, who was killed in front of her children at a daycare center in Las Vegas in 2016. With hosts Virginia Vitzthum and Paul Rowley, and music by Sing Out Louise.

26 MINJAN 8
Comments
Gun Control Is a Women's Issue 01.07.2019

Ring Out Gun Violence 12.31.2019

So many victories! We report on the progress we made in 2019 and the latest gun violence prevention news. In Memoriam: Victoria Leigh Soto, age 27, a teacher killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. With hostSarah Germain Lily, GAGer Brendan Wright, and music by Sing Out Louise.

29 MINJAN 2
Comments
Ring Out Gun Violence 12.31.2019

Best of 2019 12.24.2019

We look back at our favorite activist moments of this year. With host Ti Cersley and music by Sing Out Louise.

26 MINJAN 2
Comments
Best of 2019 12.24.2019

Week of GAGing 12.10.2019

We report on a busy week of gun violence prevention activism, including our visit to Mitch McConnell and the impeachment hearings in D.C. In Memoriam: Vincent Kapoi Jr.,age 30, killed in Pearl Harbor.With hosts Cathy Merino Thomas and Brendan Wright, and music by Sing Out Louise.

24 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Week of GAGing 12.10.2019
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